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J. Prince Breaks Down The Story Of How His Son Discovered Drake & Brought Him To Lil Wayne [Video]

J Prince Breaks Down The Story Of How His Son Discovered Drake & Brought Him To Lil Wayne

While on “The Fat Joe Show”, J. Prince broke down the story to Fat Joe about how his son Jas Prince first discovered Drake and brought him to Lil Wayne.

J. Prince revealed his son Jas was originally on tour with Tunechi because they all had a relationship and he had told his boy to not come home broke with all that access to power. After agreeing to start a record label with Tune that was 50/50, Jas told his father he wants the first music artist they sign to be Drizzy.

The Rap-A-Lot Records CEO wasn’t feeling Drizzy Drake‘s music at first (says it was too soft), but he told Jas to take Drake back on tour with you again and make sure Weezy puts his arm around him on stage. You can check out J. Prince share the full story in a video after the jump below!

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Kidd Kidd Speaks On Why Sqad Up Never Went Further & How It Was Different With Young Money [Videos]

Kidd Kidd Speaks On Why Sqad Up Never Went Further & What Was Different With The Second Run With Lil Wayne

In this post, you can view two new interviews with Kidd Kidd where he speaks on Lil Wayne.

For the first interview, Kidd chats to The No Rap Cap Podcast about Tunechi and shares his story about how they first met through a mutual friend.

During a conversation with Mikey T The Movie Star for Report Card Radio in the second interview, the former Young Money member talks about why Sqad Up didn’t go further and what was different with his second run (early Young Mula days) with Weezy than the first run (Sqad days)!

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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Talks Wanting To Speak To The U.S. President About Adding 2 More Hours In A Day [Video]

Lil Wayne Talks Wanting To Speak To The US President About Adding 2 More Hours To The Day

For #ThrowbackThursday today, we can watch part 1 of Fuse TV On Demand‘s “Beyond The Music: Lil Wayne” special, which shows behind the scenes of what a day in the life of a 24-year-old Lil Wayne is like.

“I hustle 25/8. Whoever told you there was 24 hours in a day lied to you, whoever told you there was 7 days in the week lied to you; You need to smack ’em in their face when you see ’em.”

In his interview, Wayne speaks on being 13-years deep in the rap game, only ever asking Bun B, Mack 10 and Birdman for advice, being the president of Cash Money Records, his artist Curren$y, going to the University Of Houston to study Psychology, wanting to speak to George W. Bush about adding 2 more hours to the day, and more!

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On Set Of Lil Wayne, Gudda Gudda & HoodyBaby’s “NFL” [Video & Photos]

On Set Of Lil Wayne, Gudda Gudda & HoodyBaby NFL Video

Earlier this week, Lil Wayne shot a music video for his “NFL” single featuring his Young Money artists and fellow L.A.T group members Gudda Gudda and HoodyBaby.

The visual is being directed by Eif Rivera and it is being filmed for Amazon Prime. You can check out some behind the scenes footage and another photo from on set of the “NFL” video shoot below!

Are you happy this collaboration is receiving the video treatment?

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Lil Wayne In The Studio Recording The Original Version Of “Hittas” & Playing It For Drake [Video]

Lil Wayne In The Studio Recording The Original Version Of Hittas & Playing It For Drake

Lil Wayne took to his Instagram page a few days ago to reveal some exclusive behind the scenes footage of him recording his “Hittas” song.

The clip shows Wayne recording the original version of Tha Carter V track before then playing it for Drake, who calls it an “anthem” and tells Tune that he needs to give him the session so he can record an alternative version to it.

It’s unknown if Drizzy did ever record another version or a remix of “Hittas“, but he does have one line on the 2018 version that we all heard: “Weezy, where you been? The people miss you”.

You can check out the behind the scenes video that was filmed by DJ Scoob Doo after the jump below! With the “To Be Continued” at the end, I wonder if we are about to get a C5 in the making documentary, or even the long-awaited The Nino Brown Story (Part 3)?

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